Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - July 30 2021
Marineland faces legal complaint about Kiska, 'the world's loneliest orca
An animal law non-profit group is calling on the Ontario government to investigate Marineland's treatment of Kiska the orca. Animal Justice's complaint to the Ministry of the Solicitor General was viewed by CBC News. It alleges Marineland is breaking the law by subjecting the orca to conditions that don't meet her physical and mental needs.--CBC News
Toronto restaurant asking unvaccinated people to sit outside
A Toronto restaurant is requesting that unvaccinated patrons now choose to sit outdoors.Oakwood Hardware Food & Drink, located at 337 Oakwood Avenue in York, made the announcement on their Instagram account, run by owner and chef Anne Sorrenti, Sunday.“With the volatility of the weather and our limited capacity to have diners indoors, we ask respectfully that if you are not vaccinated, that you choose outdoor dining when available,” the restaurant’s statement reads. Ownership is underlining that this is a recommendation and that they will be operating on the honour system.-CTV News
Alberta to eliminate COVID-19 quarantine rules as cases rise among the unvaccinated
Alberta is lifting much of its remaining COVID-19 restrictions in the coming days as the disease continues to infect unvaccinated Albertans. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw, in her first appearance since June 29, said the province will shift its public health response and lift a number of measures related to quarantine, isolation and masks.--CTV News
Some people in Missouri are getting vaccinated against Covid-19 in secret, doctor says
The Covid-19 vaccine has become so polarizing that some people in Missouri are getting inoculated in secret for fear of backlash from their friends and family who oppose vaccination, a doctor told CNN Wednesday. "They've had some experience that's sort of changed their mind from the viewpoint of those in their family, those in their friendship circles or their work circles. And they came to their own decision that they wanted to get a vaccine," said Dr. Priscilla Frase, a hospitalist and chief medical information officer at Ozarks Healthcare in West Plains, Missouri. In a hospital produced video, Frase said one pharmacist at her hospital told her "they've had several people come in to get vaccinated who have tried to sort of disguise their appearance and even went so far as to say, 'please, please, please don't let anybody know that I got this vaccine.'"
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